Offset, Quavo and Takeoff brought out all the stops on Monday when Migos released a promotional video for their track "Stir Fry" for the NBA All-Star game. The track was produced by Pharrell Williams, who sped up the pace of the song, pushing Migos to channel that athletic adrenaline we associate with the game of basketball.
The trio recently teamed up with the league to stir up some buzz around the annual face-off. The clip shows Migos popping the hell off in a strobe-lit club, decked out in NBA-official sportswear, as the camera pans to show off the TNT logo emblazoned on the ceiling.
In the clip above, you can see snippets of NBA highlights mixed into the promotional video. As Takeoff raps, "Finger roll, post move, or the pick and roll," a montage of some of the league's hottest talent pulling all the moves is cut in. In a behind the scenes clip of the making of the "Stir Fry" video, the trio had a few words to add regarding their partnership with the league. Takeoff told his fans, "It was a wonderful experience, it’s a blessing." Offset then added, "I’m going for the gusto. We want all the gold, all the marbles."
All-Star weekend, which is the annual showdown between the Western and Eastern conferences, is going to be particularly entertaining this season. With the Cavaliers running the East, and the Golden State Warriors running the whole damn league, it's sure to be quite the spectacle. The 2018 All-Star weekend is set to take place from February 16-18 in Los Angeles.